Anandha Inn Convention Centre & Suites
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- Swimming pool
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Our guide for the morning Mr Thump, was not one of the mr men but he could have been mr knowledge. He took us on a walking tour of the French quarter which was very interesting. We stood in the middle of the quiet tree lined streets as the odd motorcycle navigated its way around us. In the Catholic Church they were replacing the the stained glass windows with something more appealing and the old glass ...
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... city. As we turned toward the ocean, we crossed into the French Quarter of ‘Pondy., We cruised passed quiet, shady, cobbled streets lined with white and mustard colored colonial houses.
We followed the main road towards the waterfront where a kaleidoscope of color of women in sarees and dupattas flopping in the wind greeted us. All of India was out in force. Food and souvenir ...
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It really was a strange phenomenon, and to this day we still don’t know why these temples do this, all we do know is that it’s bloody loud, but at least this morning it was at 5am and not 3am, so that’s an improvement on the situation at least! Disappointed in some way that there was no white folk for me to vent at, but at peace with the fact that this was a genuine noise, with a genuine reason I decided that it was ok after all; me ...
We started early with a bike ride around some of the temples in the area. The last one was called the shore temple, because of its location, surprise, surprise. I enjoyed being on a bike again... Even the dodgy bikes they lent us. Must do more when I get back home. Breakfast was at a German bakery we had spied on the way home from dinner last night. I had a set breakfast with toast (yummy loaf bread), poached eggs (sadly ...